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by Greg Tasker

eBook Sanders  Confectionery   (MI)  (Images  of  America) ePub
Author: Greg Tasker
Language: English
ISBN: 0738540447
ISBN13: 978-0738540443
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing; 1st Edition edition (June 5, 2006)
Pages: 128
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 197
Formats: lrf rtf lrf lrf
ePub file: 1859 kb
Fb2 file: 1438 kb

Sanders Confectionery (MI) (Images of America) Paperback – May 31, 2006.

Sanders Confectionery (MI) (Images of America) Paperback – May 31, 2006. by. Greg Tasker (Author). Greg Tasker, author of Sanders Confectionery has his own memories of stopping with his parents at Sanders shops in the Oakland Mall and in Troy where he grew up. When he moved to the East Coast his folks would bring him gifts of Sanders sweet stuff, so Tasker was surprised when he returned to the metro area in 2002 to find the Sanders stores had disappeared. Two years later Tasker wrote a story for the Detroit Free Press about a new Sanders shop opening at Laurel Park Place Mall in Livonia.

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For more than 130 years, there has been no sweeter word in Detroit than Sanders. The venerable confectioner was once as much a part of Detroit’s streetscape as the Big Three, Hudson’s, and Coney Islands. Sanders was more than just an ice-cream and candy shop. A Detroit icon, it served a fountain of memories for generations. Detroiters stood two and three deep behind lunch counters for tuna or egg salad sandwiches, devil’s food buttercream “bumpy”cake, hot fudge sundaes, and Sanders’ signature dessert―hot fudge cream puffs. As Detroit boomed, so did Sanders. At its peak, the company boasted more than 50 stores, with its products available in as many as 200 supermarkets. The Sanders story began in Chicago, where Fred Sanders opened his first shop. A series of misfortunes prompted him to relocate to Detroit, where he began selling his confections on Woodward Avenue. Business grew steadily, and by the early 1900s, he had opened other shops along Woodward and elsewhere in Detroit. The Motor City nearly lost Sanders in the mid-1980s, but its desserts shops have begun resurfacing, thanks to another Detroit institution, Morley Brands LLC, which bought the Sanders brand.
Ueledavi
Purchased this book for my dad this past Christmas. My parents met while both worked at Sanders so there are wonderful memories for our family tied to this Michigan legend. The greatest surprise was seeing a picture of my mom, who we lost 2 years ago, within the pages of this book. A great look back at the changes Sanders went through and a must for any one who grew up enjoying all the sweetness Sanders brought to Detroit and the suburbs. Only wish we didn't live in Texas now because all the pictures and descriptions created cravings for Bumpy Cake and other sweet treats.
Kanek
The reason I was didsspointed a bit because I was researching dessert recipes on kindle and was thinking it was one of those vintage dessert book recipes but I do like background stories coming with. Sadly at the end of the page there weren’t any recipes in it I was about to give it 1 star but I guess it was my mistake for not checking properly before buying therefore I’ll give it 4 Stars ... at least leave a recipe!

Although the history was nice.
Welen
Great read
HappyLove
Those of us who grew up in Detroit know Sanders as a special place always accompanied by special memories. Hot fudge cream puffs...tuna sandwiches..spinning around on the stools...the little trays that hooked over the counter for kiddies...bumple cake, ah, heaven on earth. This book is full of pictures of all of those wondrous places that we looked forward to visting on special occasions. Great history, some of which was before my time but interesting to read. A must have for Detroiters!
Cheber
Grew up in Detroit and shared this book with my mom. We had a good time going down memory lane. Great pictures.
Vivados
Being a native Detroiter, I actually remember visiting Sanders' stores (confectionery's) when I was younger. The memory of those wonderful treats can still make my mouth water! Actually, there are a few businesses that still serve Sanders' items!

This book was very informative about the history of Sanders. The actual and historical photographs made the study of this history interesting and fun. This book is able to educate and entertain at the same time. It provided a true behind the scenes history lesson. This type of walk through memory lane was greatly appreciated.

P.S. I enjoy the Arcadia books' series greatly.

Garie Thomas-Bass
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Grillador
What a great book
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